subsistence


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subsistence

1. The minimum amount of something essential for life (e.g., a subsistence diet).
2. Any means of barely supporting life.
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'And [coordinating with] the Subsistence prime vendor to ensure that they do not foresee any issues with the fill rate for the amount of product that is being required, and a timeline to deliver so that nothing falls through the cracks.'
In the second ruling, the COA denied the motion for reconsideration filed by the PhilHealth Mimaropa office that sought nullification of the disallowance of P48.32 million in shuttle, subsistence, laundry and grocery allowances, hazard pay, birthday gift and educational assistance it paid to its workers in the region in 2012.
At the same time, as a new legislative initiative by President Ilham Aliyev, the minimum pension will rise from 160 manats to 200 manats from October 1, thereby the minimum pension will exceed the subsistence minimum of pensioners up to 34.2 percent (149 manats), the minister said.
For the provision of microcredit for subsistence farmers participating in the value chain,PKR 250 million have been earmarked for the project.
"A superintendent short-staffed in one of the stations in their jurisdiction should not be obliged to incur additional costs to fill that gap, through overtime or travel and subsistence payments when the reassignment is from, for example, Tullow to Carlow, 15km away."
Armed with the latest in satellite and computer-aided archaeology, specialists now declare that the first farmers weren't always at subsistence. Before recorded history, and before the state, there had been not subsistence farming but flexibility and abundance.
* Developed and piloted an adequate and scalable subsistence push pack able to sustain combat forces for a minimum of 180 days.
RACs form recommendations regarding the takings of subsistence resources on the public lands that are to be adopted by the FSB, unless a recommendation is not supported by substantial evidence, is detrimental to subsistence uses, or violates recognized principles of management.
To evaluate how new road access might affect subsistence harvest, we used zero inflated negative binomial models to identify factors related to subsistence production at the household level.
Moreover subsistence allowance has also been increased owing to its numbers of beneficiaries would enhance up to Rs 127,000 from existing 95,000.
Moreover subsistence allowance has also been increased owing to it numbers of beneficiaries would enhance up to one lak 27 thousands from existing 95 thousands.
As the official inspection team has followed up with the relevant sites, it found that the company did not respect the codes in place to house the labor workers as per the contractual obligations It has been noticed that there has been a huge shortage in subsistence and health services due to the expiration of the health insurance of the workers and the maintenance and cleaning in these compounds.